In mathematics, the logical and independent thinking process proceeds the result. In Huili, we want to promote a way of thinking that children use to understand and solve problems. We aim to help our children in Lower Primary to become mathematicians instead of focusing only on memorising facts and solving equations.
A Huili LP mathematician is a problem solver who raises, investigates, and explores solutions to questions. We encourage them to find different ways to arrive at an answer. In our Maths classes, we link facts to pupils' daily lives and projects to inspire them to see the mathematics hidden everywhere in our routine life, which sparks their interest and willingness to participate in learning. While applying their existing knowledge, they learn something new and deepen their understanding. Parents can also involve their children in the family decision-making process, such as making plans for a family trip.